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With Morgan away at the IPL, new era set to get under way in Ireland

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Jimmy Anderson celebrates one of his four wickets with his England team-mates in Grenada on Saturday night

Even an Ashes triumph seems possible after victory over West Indies

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Warwickshire’s opening batsman Ian Westwood drives through the covers against last season’s champions Yorkshire

This 151 not out was an excellent start, the keystone around which Warwickshire recovered from the loss of their present captain, Varun Chopra, to the third ball of the match

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“It was a world-class spell of bowling,” said England’s coach

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Jimmy Anderson celebrates one of his four wickets with his England team-mates in Grenada on Saturday night

West Indies are bowled out in just two hours as tourists take 1-0 lead in series

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James Anderson (left) shows his frustration as Darren Bravo (centre) and Kraigg Brathwaite (right) defy the England attack

West Indies 299 & 176-2 England 464

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Hugh Morris (right) was called a ‘weak prick’ by Kevin Pietersen (left) in the former England batsman’s autobiography

Former England managing director declines the chance to hit back at KP's criticism of him and gives backing to Alastair Cook

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Joe Root plays a shot on his way to 118 not out

England 373-6 West Indies 299

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Devendra Bishoo in action

West Indies 299; England 74-0

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England batsman scored 53 in draw

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Alastair Cook of England leaps to avoid a cover drive from Marlon Samuels

West Indies 188-5

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Kevin Pietersen made his return to county cricket with Sussex on Sunday

Sri Lankan pushes Surrey teammate's case

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Joe Root takes a close look at the wicket and relays his findings to his under-pressure captain Alastair Cook, right, Jos Buttler, centre, and bowling coach Ottis Gibson

Series that is crucial for the future of the current regime of Cook and coach Peter Moores

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Steven Davies in action for Surrey

Surrey 563-7 dec Glamorgan 124-2

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Devendra Bishoo has won only 11 caps but in his last five games for Guyana has taken 37 wickets

Wrist spin has long been a bête noire for England batsmen

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Moeen Ali will replace James Tredwell when he comes into the England side

All-rounder set to be sole change in side that failed to bowl out West Indies twice

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Kate Cross playing for Heywood against Clifton in the Lancashire League on Sunday

England woman makes history with three wickets in her Central Lancashire League debut

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The 20-year-old reportedly gained consciousness but later suffered cardiac arrest

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Kevin Pietersen made his return to county cricket with Sussex on Sunday

Waugh says Pietersen is not in form and would not class him among the world's best

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Moeen Ali was a revelation for England last summer

He was a revelation last summer, presenting credentials as an authentic all-rounder

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Roberto Duran and Sugar Ray Leonard during their classic battle
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Aaron Ramsey and Piers Morgan
footballArsenal legend has no problem with Piers Morgan being left hanging at the Emirates
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Gregory Mertens collapsed on the pitch with a heart-related illness
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St Mirren captain threw the spiked pole 'for a laugh'
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Eden Hazard and his PFA Player of the Year award
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Nick Abendanon was at his swashbuckling best for Clermont
Rugby UnionBrock James has thrown his weight behind the decision back home and expressed surprise at England’s reluctance to do something similar
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Jimmy Anderson celebrates one of his four wickets with his England team-mates in Grenada on Saturday night
CricketEven an Ashes triumph seems possible after victory
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Tennis Ticket holders will not be permitted to enter the grounds if in possession of the self-portrait device
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